An architect disguised as a computer scientist disguised as an architect
I guess the above header says a lot. I am an architect who studied at FAUP – Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto. I decided to study architecture because I liked drawing geometric stuff with a pair of compasses. I also liked computers very much, but I thought that going to a computer school would kill my creativity. I was wrong. But the opposite is also wrong, and that is why I am here.
This website is about me and the constant drifting between these areas of interest, using research, design and teaching as a medium.
I am part of the Digital Fabrication Lab, FAUP‘s division of research on computational design and fabrication.
I also direct AZVAvisuals, a company dedicated to communicate architecture through visuals.
I develop architecture projects and digital project collaborations through my company Pedro de Azambuja Varela, Arquitecto Unipessoal Lda.
I collaborate with Vitruvius FabLab, ISCTE-IUL‘s fabrication laboratory of investigation.